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RYT – 300 Hr Yoga TTC Level – 2

Professional Yoga Teacher Training We deeply believe that yoga is not only an ancient art, but also a very precious treasure which is extremely helpful in our contemporary world. It is especially beneficial for individuals suffering from psycho-somatic disorders. Our yoga school has a team of experienced and highly qualified teachers from various yogic styles and traditions. We come together to share the knowledge and benefits of yoga with students – on a practical and theoretical level. We work towards integrating ancient yogic traditions into our contemporary world and promoting yoga as an art of living as well as a very effective path to well-being of the body, mind and soul. We believe that everyone has different needs and preferences. To give you choice and variety we teach different styles of Hatha Yoga, in 300 hr Multi-Style yoga includes Hatha Yoga & Vinyasa Yoga. We deeply understand the anatomical differences as well as limitations and pre-dispositions, which we are all born with. Our trainings are focused on adjustments for students of all levels. Our 300-hour yoga teacher training courses are internationally recognized and registered with Yoga Alliance USA. ABOUT US Our Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham ATTC is an accredited 300 hour program by Yoga Alliance USA, which provides aspiring yoga teachers with a complete teacher training experience. Our team consists of highly trained teachers from all over India and the world who bring their own unique styles, focus areas and approaches together to create a comprehensive and well-rounded training. Meet our team at https://karunayoga.in/about-us/. Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham founder and lead trainer Dr. S. Karuna Murthy, M.Sc, Ph.D, E-RYT 500, who has trained several graduates in International Yoga Teacher Trainings over the last 20 years, will guide you individually to deepen your personal practice and teaching capacities. 300 HOUR ADVANCED YOGA TEACHER TRAINING COURSE IN BANGALORE, INDIA. Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham’s Advanced Teacher Training program is designed for those students who have completed an approved 200 Hour Teacher Training as designated by the Yoga Alliance, USA. The 300-Hour advanced yoga teacher training course builds upon the fundamental concepts taught in the 200-hour course and deepens your understanding and practice. The 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Bangalore, India prepares you to teach yoga principles, methods, alignment, modifications and techniques that are more advanced than those in the 200-hour course. In the 300-hour program we concentrate on the art of teaching yoga, the sequencing of yoga classes based on multi-style yoga. It includes Hatha Yoga, & Vinyasa Yoga, alignment & adjustments, and the healing aspect of yoga. This is a second level of training which allows you to advance your yoga teaching skills and become an expert in many teaching styles for many different kinds of students. Our experienced teachers will train you in several aspects of Yoga

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Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham
RYT – 300 Hr Yoga TTC Level – 2
Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Course
P R O S P E C T U S
WELCOME TO THE
KARUNA YOGA VIDYA PEETHAM
BANGALORE INDIA
RYT – 300 Hr Yoga TTC Level – 2
300 – Hrs Yoga Teacher Training Certificate Course in Bangalore, India. (Offline/Online)
Course Fee: INR 65,000 For Indian citizens only), for foreigners USD 1,100.
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Upcoming Batches Non-Residential (Week-Days/Week-End)
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01 Nov. 2023 Mon – Fri (Week-Days) 40 Days 10:00 AM – 05:00 AM J. P. Nagar
01 Nov. 2023 Mon – Fri (Week-Days) 4 – Months 06:00 AM – 09:00 PM J. P. Nagar
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01 Dec. 2023 Mon – Fri (Week-Days) 4 – Months 06:00 AM – 09:00 PM J. P. Nagar
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01 Dec. 2023 Sat–Sun (Week-Ends) 3 – Months 10:00AM – 05:00 PM J. P. Nagar
01 Dec. 2023 Mon – Fri (Week-Days) 40 Days 10:00 AM – 05:00 AM J. P. Nagar
01 Dec. 2023 Mon – Fri (Week-Days) 4 – Months 06:00 AM – 09:00 PM J. P. Nagar
01 Dec. 2023 Mon – Sun. (01 – Month) 09:00 AM – 05:00 AM J. P. Nagar
Professional Yoga Teacher Training
We deeply believe that yoga is not only an ancient art, but also a very precious treasure which is extremely helpful in our contemporary
world. It is especially beneficial for individuals suffering from psycho-somatic disorders.
Our yoga school has a team of experienced and highly qualified teachers from various yogic styles and traditions. We come together to
share the knowledge and benefits of yoga with students – on a practical and theoretical level. We work towards integrating ancient yogic
traditions into our contemporary world and promoting yoga as an art of living as well as a very effective path to well-being of the body,
mind and soul.
We believe that everyone has different needs and preferences. To give you choice and variety we teach different styles of Hatha Yoga, in
300 hr Multi-Style yoga includes Hatha Yoga & Vinyasa Yoga. We deeply understand the anatomical differences as well as limitations and
pre-dispositions, which we are all born with. Our trainings are focused on adjustments for students of all levels. Our 300-hour yoga teacher
training courses are internationally recognized and registered with Yoga Alliance USA.
ABOUT US
Our Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham ATTC is an accredited 300 hour program by Yoga Alliance USA, which provides aspiring yoga teachers with
a complete teacher training experience. Our team consists of highly trained teachers from all over India and the world who bring their own
unique styles, focus areas and approaches together to create a comprehensive and well-rounded training. Meet our team at
https://karunayoga.in/about-us/.
Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham founder and lead trainer Dr. S. Karuna Murthy, M.Sc, Ph.D, E-RYT 500, who has trained several graduates in
International Yoga Teacher Trainings over the last 20 years, will guide you individually to deepen your personal practice and teaching
capacities.
300 HOUR ADVANCED YOGA TEACHER TRAINING COURSE IN BANGALORE, INDIA.
Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham’s Advanced Teacher Training program is designed for those students who have completed an approved 200
Hour Teacher Training as designated by the Yoga Alliance, USA. The 300-Hour advanced yoga teacher training course builds upon the
fundamental concepts taught in the 200-hour course and deepens your understanding and practice. The 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training
Course in Bangalore, India prepares you to teach yoga principles, methods, alignment, modifications and techniques that are more
advanced than those in the 200-hour course.
In the 300-hour program we concentrate on the art of teaching yoga, the sequencing of yoga classes based on multi-style yoga. It includes
Hatha Yoga, & Vinyasa Yoga, alignment & adjustments, and the healing aspect of yoga.
This is a second level of training which allows you to advance your yoga teaching skills and become an expert in many teaching styles for
many different kinds of students.
Our experienced teachers will train you in several aspects of Yoga: starting from asanas, pranayama, mudra, bandha, shatkarma, dharana,
pratyahara & dhayana. You will be taken through the art of designing yoga classes, to functional anatomy, physiology, kinesiology,
biomechanics and yoga philosophy. There will be a focus on practical’s and teaching methodology.
As our groups are small you will have an opportunity to teach a lot, and improve your practical skills. We give each of our student’s
personal care and constant feedback. Our aim is to prepare you to be an independent, wise and flexible teacher who is able to customize a
class to every client, even the most challenging one. We also train you to take classes for students with special needs and health issues.
WHAT WILL BE COVERED?
Module 1: Hatha Yoga
Here you will learn Yogic breathing techniques (Pranayama), Yogic cleansing (Shatkarma), Yoga poses (asanas) and meditation in theory
and practice. With deep understanding, you will also be instructed in the teaching methodology for Asana (physical postures), Pranayama
(breath control) and Dhyana (meditation) so you can share your experience with your own students. Start your journey and explore your
true potential with the help of yogic practice, which has been taught and followed by spiritual masters for centuries.
Module 2: Vinyasa Yoga
Vinyasa Flow is a mind-body movement practice that combines dynamic flow, strengthening and stretching techniques, conscious
breathing, mindful awareness, and relaxation in a comprehensive practice that aims to improve strength, stamina, balance, mobility,
posture and body awareness while reducing tension, stress, and poor postural habits. Suitable for the general population, Vinyasa Flow
can be modified to meet the needs of a wide range of participants and in a wide range of environments.
It is our aim that when you complete this program you will be able to clearly demonstrate each movement, guide the general participant
safely through a balanced sequence of techniques, and instruct simple breath-work exercises. As well, we encourage each Vinyasa Flow
instructor in demonstrating the philosophies of Vinyasa Flow in their practice, and professional and personal interactions.
Module 3: Advanced Teaching Methodology
• Adaptability practices for all levels Class Levels
• Group Dynamics in yoga and role of yoga teacher
• Contraindications: Movement in Yoga
• Asanas Contraindications
• Essential Qualities of a Yoga Teacher
Module 4: Techniques and Training
1. Alignment cues, touch and adjustment
2. Asana and its modification method
3. Asanas, Variations, and the Use of Props
4. The Arc Structure of Yoga Classes
5. Seven Principles of Hands on Adjustments
6. Common Yoga Injuries and How to Avoid Them
Module 5: Advanced Yoga, Anatomy, Physiology, Kinesiology, & Bio-Mechanism
1. Muscular System and Yoga
2. Skeletal System and Yoga
3. Asana and Kinesiology
4. Kinesiology and Muscular System
5. Biomechanics of Asana Stretching
Module 6: Advanced Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics
1. Shad-Darshan (Six Schools of Indian Philosophy)
2. Yoga, Vedanta, and Tantra
3. Application of yoga Philosophy in Daily Life
4. Patanjali Yoga Sutra
6. Kena Upanishad
COURSE HIGHLIGHTS
• Learn to practice & teach advanced Hatha Yoga asanas.
• Learn to teach Vinyasa Flow Yoga.
• Learn to teach Meditation.
• Learn to customize and sequence yoga classes.
• Deepen your understanding of yogic philosophy.
• Regular practice of pranayama and the proper use of bandhas.
• Register as a RYT 300 (Advanced Registered Yoga Teacher) with Yoga Alliance.
• Professional & intensive teacher training at an authentic Yoga environment.
• A unique curriculum: 120 Hatha Yoga asanas, Yogic Philosophy, Yoga Anatomy, Technique, Training.
• Bio-Mechanism, Teaching Methodology, Asana Alignment.
• Expert teaching skills, proper instruction, correction, and modification techniques.
• Daily 1 hour of hands-on teaching practices & training under lead trainer.
• A worldwide accredited yoga alliance teacher certification.
• Guidance for starting your own yoga school/studio.
• Post-course support and mentoring, for student personal and professional development.
IS THIS COURSE RIGHT FOR YOU?
• If any of the below-mentioned points resonate with you, our course is right for you to pursue.
• Do you want to become a confident and qualified quality yoga teacher?
• Do you want to gain discipline & confidence at body, mind & soul level?
• Do you want to gain proper knowledge of Yoga Lore?
• Are you an existing yoga teacher & want to improve your teaching skills and knowledge?
• Do you want to experience authentic yoga?
• Yoga teachers who want to become advanced yoga teacher.
• Yoga teachers who want to learn how to teach advance Hatha.
• Yoga teachers who want to learn how to teach Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Gentle Yoga, & Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga.
• Yoga teachers who want to deepen their knowledge on Asana, Philosophy, Bio-Mechanism & Yoga Anatomy. This course is also open
to Yoga teachers who have already completed 200 hours of yoga teacher training and who look to deepen their knowledge and bring
new impulses and inspiration to their own practice and teaching.
OUR YOGA TEACHING TRADITION?
While contemporary in application and language, all our teachings are based on the thousands of years old Vedic and Yogic tradition of
India.

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RYT – 300 Hr Yoga TTC Level – 2

  • 1. Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham RYT – 300 Hr Yoga TTC Level – 2 Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Course P R O S P E C T U S
  • 2. WELCOME TO THE KARUNA YOGA VIDYA PEETHAM BANGALORE INDIA RYT – 300 Hr Yoga TTC Level – 2 300 – Hrs Yoga Teacher Training Certificate Course in Bangalore, India. (Offline/Online) Course Fee: INR 65,000 For Indian citizens only), for foreigners USD 1,100. Yoga Manual (01) T-Shirt (01) Catheter Tube (01) Jala Neti Pot (01) Certificate Excluded with accommodation and food Upcoming Batches Non-Residential (Week-Days/Week-End) Date Days Time Location 01 Nov. 2023 Mon – Fri (Week-Days) 40 Days 10:00 AM – 05:00 AM J. P. Nagar 01 Nov. 2023 Mon – Fri (Week-Days) 4 – Months 06:00 AM – 09:00 PM J. P. Nagar 01 Nov. 2023 Mon – Sun. (01 – Month) 09:00 AM – 05:00 AM J. P. Nagar 01 Nov. 2023 Sat–Sun (Week-Ends) 3 – months 10:00AM – 05:00 PM J. P. Nagar 01 Dec. 2023 Mon – Fri (Week-Days) 40 Days 10:00 AM – 05:00 AM J. P. Nagar 01 Dec. 2023 Mon – Fri (Week-Days) 4 – Months 06:00 AM – 09:00 PM J. P. Nagar 01 Dec. 2023 Mon – Sun. (01 – Month) 09:00 AM – 05:00 AM J. P. Nagar 01 Dec. 2023 Sat–Sun (Week-Ends) 3 – Months 10:00AM – 05:00 PM J. P. Nagar 01 Dec. 2023 Mon – Fri (Week-Days) 40 Days 10:00 AM – 05:00 AM J. P. Nagar 01 Dec. 2023 Mon – Fri (Week-Days) 4 – Months 06:00 AM – 09:00 PM J. P. Nagar 01 Dec. 2023 Mon – Sun. (01 – Month) 09:00 AM – 05:00 AM J. P. Nagar
  • 3. Professional Yoga Teacher Training We deeply believe that yoga is not only an ancient art, but also a very precious treasure which is extremely helpful in our contemporary world. It is especially beneficial for individuals suffering from psycho-somatic disorders. Our yoga school has a team of experienced and highly qualified teachers from various yogic styles and traditions. We come together to share the knowledge and benefits of yoga with students – on a practical and theoretical level. We work towards integrating ancient yogic traditions into our contemporary world and promoting yoga as an art of living as well as a very effective path to well-being of the body, mind and soul. We believe that everyone has different needs and preferences. To give you choice and variety we teach different styles of Hatha Yoga, in 300 hr Multi-Style yoga includes Hatha Yoga & Vinyasa Yoga. We deeply understand the anatomical differences as well as limitations and pre-dispositions, which we are all born with. Our trainings are focused on adjustments for students of all levels. Our 300-hour yoga teacher training courses are internationally recognized and registered with Yoga Alliance USA. ABOUT US Our Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham ATTC is an accredited 300 hour program by Yoga Alliance USA, which provides aspiring yoga teachers with a complete teacher training experience. Our team consists of highly trained teachers from all over India and the world who bring their own unique styles, focus areas and approaches together to create a comprehensive and well-rounded training. Meet our team at https://karunayoga.in/about-us/. Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham founder and lead trainer Dr. S. Karuna Murthy, M.Sc, Ph.D, E-RYT 500, who has trained several graduates in International Yoga Teacher Trainings over the last 20 years, will guide you individually to deepen your personal practice and teaching capacities. 300 HOUR ADVANCED YOGA TEACHER TRAINING COURSE IN BANGALORE, INDIA. Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham’s Advanced Teacher Training program is designed for those students who have completed an approved 200 Hour Teacher Training as designated by the Yoga Alliance, USA. The 300-Hour advanced yoga teacher training course builds upon the fundamental concepts taught in the 200-hour course and deepens your understanding and practice. The 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Bangalore, India prepares you to teach yoga principles, methods, alignment, modifications and techniques that are more advanced than those in the 200-hour course.
  • 4. In the 300-hour program we concentrate on the art of teaching yoga, the sequencing of yoga classes based on multi-style yoga. It includes Hatha Yoga, & Vinyasa Yoga, alignment & adjustments, and the healing aspect of yoga. This is a second level of training which allows you to advance your yoga teaching skills and become an expert in many teaching styles for many different kinds of students. Our experienced teachers will train you in several aspects of Yoga: starting from asanas, pranayama, mudra, bandha, shatkarma, dharana, pratyahara & dhayana. You will be taken through the art of designing yoga classes, to functional anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, biomechanics and yoga philosophy. There will be a focus on practical’s and teaching methodology. As our groups are small you will have an opportunity to teach a lot, and improve your practical skills. We give each of our student’s personal care and constant feedback. Our aim is to prepare you to be an independent, wise and flexible teacher who is able to customize a class to every client, even the most challenging one. We also train you to take classes for students with special needs and health issues. WHAT WILL BE COVERED? Module 1: Hatha Yoga Here you will learn Yogic breathing techniques (Pranayama), Yogic cleansing (Shatkarma), Yoga poses (asanas) and meditation in theory and practice. With deep understanding, you will also be instructed in the teaching methodology for Asana (physical postures), Pranayama (breath control) and Dhyana (meditation) so you can share your experience with your own students. Start your journey and explore your true potential with the help of yogic practice, which has been taught and followed by spiritual masters for centuries. Module 2: Vinyasa Yoga Vinyasa Flow is a mind-body movement practice that combines dynamic flow, strengthening and stretching techniques, conscious breathing, mindful awareness, and relaxation in a comprehensive practice that aims to improve strength, stamina, balance, mobility, posture and body awareness while reducing tension, stress, and poor postural habits. Suitable for the general population, Vinyasa Flow can be modified to meet the needs of a wide range of participants and in a wide range of environments. It is our aim that when you complete this program you will be able to clearly demonstrate each movement, guide the general participant safely through a balanced sequence of techniques, and instruct simple breath-work exercises. As well, we encourage each Vinyasa Flow instructor in demonstrating the philosophies of Vinyasa Flow in their practice, and professional and personal interactions.
  • 5. Module 3: Advanced Teaching Methodology • Adaptability practices for all levels Class Levels • Group Dynamics in yoga and role of yoga teacher • Contraindications: Movement in Yoga • Asanas Contraindications • Essential Qualities of a Yoga Teacher Module 4: Techniques and Training 1. Alignment cues, touch and adjustment 2. Asana and its modification method 3. Asanas, Variations, and the Use of Props 4. The Arc Structure of Yoga Classes 5. Seven Principles of Hands on Adjustments 6. Common Yoga Injuries and How to Avoid Them Module 5: Advanced Yoga, Anatomy, Physiology, Kinesiology, & Bio-Mechanism 1. Muscular System and Yoga 2. Skeletal System and Yoga 3. Asana and Kinesiology 4. Kinesiology and Muscular System 5. Biomechanics of Asana Stretching Module 6: Advanced Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics 1. Shad-Darshan (Six Schools of Indian Philosophy) 2. Yoga, Vedanta, and Tantra 3. Application of yoga Philosophy in Daily Life 4. Patanjali Yoga Sutra 6. Kena Upanishad COURSE HIGHLIGHTS • Learn to practice & teach advanced Hatha Yoga asanas. • Learn to teach Vinyasa Flow Yoga. • Learn to teach Meditation. • Learn to customize and sequence yoga classes.
  • 6. • Deepen your understanding of yogic philosophy. • Regular practice of pranayama and the proper use of bandhas. • Register as a RYT 300 (Advanced Registered Yoga Teacher) with Yoga Alliance. • Professional & intensive teacher training at an authentic Yoga environment. • A unique curriculum: 120 Hatha Yoga asanas, Yogic Philosophy, Yoga Anatomy, Technique, Training. • Bio-Mechanism, Teaching Methodology, Asana Alignment. • Expert teaching skills, proper instruction, correction, and modification techniques. • Daily 1 hour of hands-on teaching practices & training under lead trainer. • A worldwide accredited yoga alliance teacher certification. • Guidance for starting your own yoga school/studio. • Post-course support and mentoring, for student personal and professional development. IS THIS COURSE RIGHT FOR YOU? • If any of the below-mentioned points resonate with you, our course is right for you to pursue. • Do you want to become a confident and qualified quality yoga teacher? • Do you want to gain discipline & confidence at body, mind & soul level? • Do you want to gain proper knowledge of Yoga Lore? • Are you an existing yoga teacher & want to improve your teaching skills and knowledge? • Do you want to experience authentic yoga? • Yoga teachers who want to become advanced yoga teacher. • Yoga teachers who want to learn how to teach advance Hatha. • Yoga teachers who want to learn how to teach Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Gentle Yoga, & Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga. • Yoga teachers who want to deepen their knowledge on Asana, Philosophy, Bio-Mechanism & Yoga Anatomy. This course is also open to Yoga teachers who have already completed 200 hours of yoga teacher training and who look to deepen their knowledge and bring new impulses and inspiration to their own practice and teaching. OUR YOGA TEACHING TRADITION? While contemporary in application and language, all our teachings are based on the thousands of years old Vedic and Yogic tradition of India.
  • 7. The source of our practice and teachings is Swami Satyananda Saraswati from Bihar school of yoga, asana, pranayama, mudra, bandha, shat-karma, yoga nidra , trataka, ajapa japa, meditation. B. K. S. Iyengar’s alignment principle and Vinyasa style of yoga inculcated from Tirumalai Krishnamacharya Ashtanga Yoga, from Mysore. We practice and teach Swami Satyananda Saraswati, B. K. S. Iyengar’s & Tirumalai Krishnamacharya. Yoga of Synthesis which aims at the harmonious development of a human being through the practice of all three styles of hatha yoga. WHAT MAKES THIS COURSE UNIQUE a. Small Group Size Our TTC provides you with an intensive, small-group learning environment where there is ample room to come forward with your questions and receive individual guidance for your practice and teaching skills. b. Authentic Teachings The program honors the traditional Yogic knowledge system as it has been passed down to us via a lineage of thousands of years. Our focus is on applying the ancient practices in modern day life while maintaining the integrity of the teachings. c. Modern Approach We explore connections between the Yogic science and modern scientific findings to give you the theoretical, practical as well as the spiritual foundation to teach Yoga to anyone in all its aspects. d. Honoring Individuality All techniques and teachings acknowledge and honor the individuality of each students’ path and the different physical, mental and emotional conditions they come to the course with. WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM US? • Yoga Alliance USA certification as RYT 300 which is an international certification that allows you to teach yoga anywhere in the world. • Well qualified and experienced faculty with their own specialties. • Adequate guidance to individuals and groups during training sessions. • Yoga helps in self-discipline, leading to immense awareness, concentration and accessing a higher level of consciousness. • To enable the student to have sound body and sound mind, along with adopting Yoga ethics. • Yoga course help, to learn to handle oneself well in all situations, to learn the techniques of gaining good health, to develop a discriminating mind capable of distinguishing the real from the unreal and to face the dualities of life with equanimity. • The course will increase levels of awareness and lead to a balanced attitude towards social activity.
  • 8. • At the end of the course you will have adopted a healthy life style and will be fit to guide others on this path by becoming a skilled Yoga teacher. At the yoga TTC at Karuna Yoga, students learn a unique combination of Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Gentle Yoga, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga, adjustments and alignment principles. This approach has the ultimate goal of encouraging the practice of injury free yoga. CERTIFICATION: On the successful completion of the course, the trainee is qualified to register with Yoga Alliance, USA, to be recognized as a Certified International Yoga Teacher-RYT 300. TITLE OF THE COURSE: “300 hr Yoga Teacher’s Training Course in Multi-Style Yoga”. WHAT YOU WILL GET •Yoga Manual (01), T-Shirt (1), Catheter Tube (1), Jala Neti Pot (1). •Excluded with accommodation and food. •Yoga Course EXCURSION: Fees are calculated excluding the educational excursion expenses. NOTE: Minimum of 06 student enrollment required to start the batch. MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION: English YOGA STYLES • Hatha Yoga (B.K.S. Iyengar Alignment Principles & Satyananda Style) • Vinyasa Yoga SCHEME OF STUDY: Theory - 50 % & Practical Training - 50 % ABOUT THE COURSE FACILITATOR: Dr. S. Karuna Murthy NUMBER OF SEATS: Intake Capacity: 10
  • 10. TRAINING VENUE: No. 1271, 20th Main, 2nd Phase, J. P. Nagar, Bangalore -78 Land Mark: Behind Central Mall. MAKE-UP CLASSES: Students are able to make up a maximum of 10 classes. STUDENT CONDUCT: Students are expected to act in an appropriate, respectful and professional manner at all times whilst in attendance at the karuna Yoga. Please come to class neat, tidy and appropriately dressed. Please do not wear overpowering perfumes, oils etc. SAMPLE SCHEDULE 10:00-10:30 Techniques, Training and Practice 10:30-11:00 Anatomy and Physiology/ Upanisad 11:00-12:00 Asana/Hatha Yoga 12:00-01:00 Vinyasa/Gentle Yoga 13:00-14:00 Lunch 14:00-15:00 Kinesiology 15:00-15:30 Teaching Methodology 15:30-17:00 Patanjali Yoga Sutra/Bhagavad-Gita FEES (300 HR YOGA TEACHER TRAINING COURSE) PAYMENT METHODS: •The fees is payable online/cheque/cash/Phonepe/Google Pay. •Course Facilitators – Dr. S. Karuna Murthy COURSE COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS ASSESSMENT AND CERTIFICATION The students are continuously assessed throughout the course at all levels. There will be a practical as well as written examination at the end of the course to evaluate the understanding of the philosophy of Yoga and skills of the students. Participant should pass all different aspects of the course to be eligible for the Yoga teacher Training Course. ASSESSMENT IS BASED ON 1. Regular attendance of all classes. 2. Attitude and behaviour inside and outside of the ashram while attending the course. 3. Performance and attitude in the practical asana, pranayama, bandhas and kriya classes. 4. Hatha yoga teaching skills. 5. Written daily summary of the main philosophy classes and Hatha yoga theory classes. 6. Upon successful completion of the course students receive the Certificate of the Karuna Yoga.
  • 11. PROJECT WRITING • Project writing (70 to 150 pages) TUTORIALS, ASSIGNMENT AND EXAMINATION • Trainee will be required to engage in self-study and submit daily & weekly assignments on the basis of the day’s lectures and discussions. • There will be a practical and a theory exam at the end of the course to assess the students on their learning, practice and teaching during the Teacher Training Course. PRE-REQUISITES Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham’s Advanced Teacher Training program is designed for those students who have completed an approved 200 Hour Teacher Training as designated by the Yoga Alliance, USA. The 300-Hour advanced yoga teacher training course builds upon the fundamental concepts taught in the 200-hour course and deepens your understanding and practice. The 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Bangalore, India prepares you to teach yoga principles, methods, alignment, modifications and techniques that are more advanced than those in the 200-hour course. ADMISSION PROCESS Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham will review the applications and select the applicants according to the norms of the current section procedure pursued by the Board of Studies. APPLICATION AND ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Checklist of documents to enclose with this application: 1. Current passport-size photos (2) 2. Certificate of educational qualifications 3. Photocopy of Drivers license / Voters ID / Aadhaar card 4. Photocopy of passport and visa (overseas applicants) 5. Medical Fitness Certificate 6. Curriculum vitae (CV) 7. Filled in application form WRITTEN EXAMINATION: Each applicant will also be required to write and send in an essay (each 1000 words) on any two of the questions given below:
  • 12. SAMPLE QUESTIONS 1. Relevance of Yoga in today’s world 2. Why do you wish to become a Yoga teacher? 3. What is your own understanding of Yoga? Write from your experience. 4. Do you think Yoga will help in personal transformation? If yes, how? INTERVIEW: On receipt and approval of your application. Each applicant will be required to attend an online interview via Zoom or Skype with one of the members of the selection committee. RESPONSE: After the evaluation and selection procedure is over, selected applicants will be notified. WHO WILL TEACH YOU ? Dr. S. Karuna Murthy, M.Sc, Ph.D, E-RYT 500 Dr. S. Karuna Murthy is the Director and Founder of Karuna Yoga and he has been practicing yoga since the age of 18, Inspired by Swami Sivananda, founder of Divine Life Society. Dr. S. Karuna Murthy is a living Yogi. He is a Master Yogi who is well versed with the greatest Yoga traditions with modern scientific view he teaches. Hatha Yoga as taught in the Sivananda tradition and Yoga Therapy, SVYASA Bangalore, tradition is his expertise. A practical Yogi, practicing multi styles of Yoga, in depth of understanding, as Yoga is unique in uniting Body, Mind and Soul. He served as a Yoga therapist at S-VYASA, Bangalore, as a yoga lecturer at Bharathidasan University and at overseas as a yoga instructor at Cali wow fitness center. Dr. S. Karuna Murthy has completed M.Sc in Yoga from Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhana Samasthana University & Ph. D from Bharathidasan University, also Teacher Training Course (TTC) 200hr and Advance Teacher Training Course (ATTC) 500hr, and too registered E-RYT-500 with American yoga alliance(USA), which reflects his in depth knowledge and expertise in context of Yoga. His life is totally dedicated to the teaching and spreading his great knowledge and experience. Dr. Rathi, B.D.S. Dr. Rathi, a dentist who discovered a love for Yoga in 2011. Have been teaching and practicing regularly Yoga since then…. finding joy in evolving both. Flow Vinyasa Yoga is her basic style. I am committed to correct and safe alignment practice through knowledge on anatomy, body mechanics and use of props during a sequence whenever required. A Yoga Alliance certified Prenatal Yoga teacher, have taught several mothers the art of easy birthing, being a mother of two herself. Experienced in handling large corporate groups, students aspiring to be Yoga teachers and people from all walks of life around the globe. She is fluent in Fluent in English, Hindi, Kannada and Tamil.
  • 13. Dr. Siddhartha M.Sc, Ph.D. Chow Siddhartha (Chametcha Singphow) studied yoga systematically undergoing Certificate, Diploma, Bachelor and Master Degree courses in Yoga under the internationally renowned yoga experts Dr. R. Nagarathna, MD, FRCP and Dr. H.R. Nagendra, Ph.D. at SVYASA University, Bangalore, India. Later, he served as the Head of the Department of Back Pain Section at Arogyadhama, the yoga therapy hospital attached to the university for 5 years. During this period Chow Siddhartha taught yoga therapy to under graduate and postgraduate students at the university and also helped hundreds of patients hailing from different parts of the world to overcome their back pain through non-invasive yoga therapy management and rehabilitation. Chow Siddhartha started learning yoga when he was a young student for 6 years at a Buddhist Monastery of North East India. Before joining SVYASA University, Bangalore in 2001 he underwent systematic yoga training at Vivekananda Kendra, Dibrugarh, Assam, India for 5 years. Chow Siddhartha is also an ardent practitioner of vipassana meditation. He had undergone many vipassana meditation courses of Sri Sri Satya Narayan Goenkaji. His love for vipassana meditation had its beginning when he was a young novice under venerable Wannasara Mahathera at the Buddhist Monastery. Yogi Suhas Teaching Hatha Yoga for over five years, Yogi Suhas has earned his good name in motivating students with utmost professionalism. He helps students gain an understanding on body alignment and asana. His passion in yoga is visible in the classes he takes; students find his classes highly effective. Yoga has been his part of life since his childhood. Yogi Suhas help students plunge into what he has been teaching with enthusiasm and open mind. Suhas has completed Graduation degree in Commerce and 200 hrs Yoga Teacher Training course, from Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham, Bangalore, India. Dinesh Thakur Motivated Yoga Instructor with advanced training in Yoga and specialization in Hatha Yoga principles. Enjoy inspiring others to improve wellness and commit to long term health and fitness goals. Energetic and outgoing with collaborative spirit. • Teach student correct postures to ensure maximum benefit • Work with students of all body types and fitness and customizing the program • Pay attention to need of every student throughout the • Teach various styles, Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa Flow Yoga, Pranayama, • More than 150 hours of teaching experience (Personal and Group Classes).
  • 14. TESTIOMONIAL & REVIEW FROM GOOGLE Moulya Varma Excellent. The classes were very easy to understand and always dependent on the level of the students and I felt comfortable at all times, felt treated with love and respect and felt I was in presence of a true teacher. The course gives a good background knowledge of theory, as well as practice. The teacher are very professional and supportive to students. I have enjoyed the course very much and made many friends.The yoga and meditation 200 hour course was for me all that I needed and was looking for, I'm very grateful for all that I've learned, and im looking forward to learn more from them. Karuna murthy and rati rao are the great teachers and very approachable and knowledgeable. I would recommend them especially for beginners, who need special attention and personal care. Karuna murthy sir can be a very responsible friend who knows how to take care of students even outside the yoga studio. The amount of knowledge that I have obtained at karuna yoga vidya peetham is life changing. I’m so happy I chose my yoga teacher training with karuna yoga vidya peetam because they really the best knowledgeable teachers. @ Dr karuna murthy and Dr rati rao. Hope everyone who is searching for a true yoga and had a passion to learn and teach yoga this is best place u can come. Nikeetha B I can't say enough about how thrilled I am to have found yoga at Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham. Excellent yoga school for an integrated practice that is traditional yet modern. A great place to grow as a yogi and learn proper alignment and more challenging postures. I have travelled from Canada to visit my parents and I have been in search of a nice yoga studio in Bengaluru. Sadly, I've been noticing a trend among teachers and studios and that is they aren't giving any personal attention to their students. I now typically find that instructors will stand in front of the class but seldom do any of them give valuable personal corrections. That is not the case at Karuna Yoga. The instructors Dr. Karuna Murthy and Dr. Rathi Rao at Karuna yoga are very diligent about teaching proper form and giving personal attention. Karuna sir is very welcoming and has been in touch on whatsapp throughout my 200 hours TTC. He always helped me with ideas to open my own studio in Canada. He sometimes cheers us up with jokes but I never told him his sense of humour is average ฀. He will know it now ฀. I made a lot of friends here and all of us girls in this batch. we are all going to be best pals forever. My yoginis Premanjali, Moulya, Prasanna, Latha, Sukruthi and Rengmirso. I am terribly going to miss this studio, friends and instructors. Such a yogic, beautiful and spiritual month. I highly recommend Karuna yoga Vidya Peetham If you are looking for yoga classes where you can grow your practise. If you want to take your yoga practice to the next level - be it meditation, physical asana, or philosophy and history - this is the school for you. It's serious but light hearted and the teachers are approachable and knowledgeable. Hands down. Five stars! Madhalasa Varma Happy to be part of YTT program at karuna yoga vidya peetham .Very good place to learn yoga for all levels. Beginner, intermediate and advanced. Very interesting and useful asanas has been taught here. I like to grow myself as a yogini from this place.Nice place for
  • 15. beginners. Karuna sir is very good teacher. Each class is innovative, has different techniques to learn and push the body for better strength and flexibility.Such a wonderful place to start a new journey towards spirituality and healthy lifestyle..rati mam was such a knowledgeable and wonderful mentor who treats and supports everyone equally ,am really lucky and proud to be a part karuna yoga vidya peetham institute.. guys if r really looking for a right place to learn yoga or to become yoga teacher here is the right platform. More Testimonial at http://www.karunayoga.in/yoga-review/ CONTACT NUMBERS AND ASSISTANCE Whom to Contact: Mr. Murthy the course facilitators. Any yoga questions should be directed to Mr. Murthy. All administration and payment queries should be emailed to karunaayoga@gmail.com Course Queries: If needed once you commence you can arrange a meeting with Mr. Murthy, to go over the course and answer any questions you may have please email karunaayoga@gmail.com to arrange an appointment. Email contact: karunaayoga@gmail.com Student Grievances and Complaints: Student grievances and complaints will only be accepted in writing to the Director of the yoga centre (Mr. Murthy (+91 9686549129). They will be responded to and remedied as soon as possible. Other General Information: Please Contact (Mr. Murthy +91 9686549129) Training Venue No. 1271, 20th Main, 2nd Phase, J. P. Nagar, Bangalore – 78 Land Mark: Behind Central Mall & Near Samatvam Diabetic Centre Office Address No.162/1(Ground Floor), 7th ABC Cross, Venkatapura Main Road, Koramangala Bangalore – 560034
  • 16. Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham Bangalore, India. www.karunayoga.in Name of the Course: 3OO Hours Multi-Style Yoga Teacher Training Certificate Course Yoga Styles Taught: Hatha Yoga and Vinyasa Yoga Certification: Yoga Alliance, USA. Course Coordinator: Dr. S. Karuna Murthy Faculties 1. Dr. S. Karuna Murthy, M.Sc, Ph.D., E-RYT 500 2. Dr. Rathi, B.D.S. 3. Dinesh Thakur 4. Samyuktha Curriculum Paper - 1 Training and Practice Paper - 2 Yoga Techniques & Yoga Teaching Methodology Paper - 3 Yoga, Anatomy, Physiology, & Kinesiology Paper - 4 Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics Paper - 5 Practicum Paper - 6 Tutorials, Assignment and Examination Paper - 7 Project Writing Paper - 8 Field Training
  • 17. Paper 1. Training and Practice 1. Student Daily Self-Assessment Sheet 2. Yoga Mantra Chanting 1.Gayathri Mantra 2. Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra 3. Asato mā sad 4. Saha nāv avatu 5. Sarve bhavantu sukhinaḥ 6. Sarveṣāṃ svastir bhavatu 7. Pūrṇam adaḥ pūrṇam 8. Patanjali Mantra 9. Pranayama Mantra 10. Surya Namaskara Mantra 11. Astanga Yoga Mantra 12. Mangala Mantra 13. Gurur brahmā 14. Dhyana Mulam 15. Bhadraṃkarṇebhiḥ 1. Mantra Chanting 16. Śaṃ no mitraḥ 17. Om Karam bindu 18. Śanaih Sanaiḥ 19. Laye sombhodayeth 20. PratahsmaranaMantra 2. Surya Namaskara (sun salutation) BeginnersLevel 1. Surya Namaskara (Sun Salutation) Sivananada School of Yoga Style 2. Surya Namaskara (Sun Salutation) Satyananada School of Yoga Style 3. Surya Namaskara (Sun Salutation) Vivekananada School of Yoga Style IntermediateLevel
  • 18. 4. Chandra Namaskara (Moon Salutation) 5. Astanga Surya Namaskara – A AdvancedLevel 6. Astanga Surya Namaskara - B 2.5. Foundation of Asana 1. Hatha Yoga View on Asana 2. Patanjali concept on Asana 2.6. Classification of Asana 1. Beginners 2. Intermediate 3. Advanced 2.7. Isometric static & Dynamic Asana 2.8. Perspective view on Asana 2.6. Introduction to Asana 1. Standing Asana 2. Forward Bending Asanas 3. Backward Bending Asanas 4. Vajrasana Group of Asanas 5. Sitting Asana 6. Meditation Asanas 7. Spinal Twisting Asanas 8. Relaxation Asanas 9. Supine and Prone Asana 10. Inverted Asanas 11. Core Asana 12. Hip Opening Asana 13. Balancing Asanas 3. Asanas 3.1. Standing Asana BeginnersLevel 1. Samasthiti(upright or still)
  • 19. 2. Tadasana – (mountain pose) 3. Ardhakati Cakrasana(half lateral wheel pose) 4. Vrksasana (tree pose) 5. Ardha Uttanasana(standing half forward bend) 6. Padahastasana (hand to foot pose) 7. Ardha Chakrasana (half wheel pose) 8. Utthita Vayu Muktasana(standing wind releasing pose) IntermediateLevel 9. Garudasana (eagle pose) 10. Utkatasana (mighty pose) 11. Utthita Trikonasana (extended triangle pose) 12. Parivritta Trikonasana (revolved triangle pose) 13. Utthita Parsvakonasana (extended side angle pose) 14. Parivritta Utthita Parsvakonasana (revolved extended side angle pose) 15. Parsvottanasana(sideintensestretch) 16. Virabhadrasana -1 (warrior -1) 17. Virabhadrasana-2(warrior-2) Advanced Level 18. Padangusthasana( holding the big toes) 19. Ardha Chandrasana (half moon pose) 20. Parivrtta ardha Chandrasana (revolved half moon pose) 21. Parivrtta Baddha Parsvakonasana (revolved bound side angle) 22. Urdhva Prasarita Ekapadasana(upward split one leg) 23. Virabhadrasana-3(warrior-3) 24. Ardha Baddha Padmottanasana (half bound lotus intense stretch) 25. Natarajasana(Lord of the dance Pose) 26. Prasarita Padottanasana(legs widespread intense stretch) 27. Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana(intense arms hold big toe) 28. Malasana (garland pose) 3.2. Kneeling Asana BeginnersLevel 29. Vajrasana (diamond pose)
  • 20. 30. Balasana(Child’s Pose) or Shashankasana ( moon or hare pose) 31. Madukasana(Frog Pose) or Bhadrasana (gracious pose) 32. Marjaryasana(CatPose) 33. Vyaghrasana(TigerPose) IntermediateLevel 34. Virasana (hero pose) 35. Ustrasana(camelpose) AdvancedLevel 36. Parighasana (gate pose) 37. Supta Virasana (recline hero pose) 3.3. Sitting Asana BeginnersLevel 37. Sukhasana(Easypose) 38. Dandasana (Staff Pose) 39. Swastik Asana(auspicious pose) 40. Siddhasana(adeptpose) 41. Padmasana(lotuspose) IntermediateLevel 42. Janu Sirsasana (Head to Knee Pose) 43. Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana(revolved knee to head pose) 44. Paschimottanasana(ugrasanaorbrahmacharyasana) 45. Purvauttansana(east intense stretch pose) 46. Gomukhasana(cow face resembling) 47. Marichyasana(name of the sage mariachi) 48. Ardha Navasana (half boat) 49. Upavistha Konasana(wide angle seated forward bend pose) 50. Baddha Konasana(bounded angle pose) 51. Ardha Matsyendrasana (half spinal twist) 52. Yogamudrasana(yoga gesture or psychic union pose) 53. Simhasana(liongesture) 54. Parvatasana(mountainpose) AdvancedLevel
  • 21. 55. Ardha Padma Paschimottanasana(half lotus west intense stretch pose) 56. Ardha Baddha Padma Paschimottanasana(half bounded lotus west intense stretch pose) 57. Bharadvajasana(Bharadvaja was the father of drona) 58. Paripurna Navasana (complete boat pose) 59. Ubhaya Padangustasana(ubhaya - both, padangusta - big toe) 60. Merudandasana (spinal column pose) 61. Goraksasana(cowherd) 62. Simhasana - 2(lion pose) 63. Trianga Mukhaikapda Paschimottanasana(three limbs facing intense west stretch pose) 64. Hanumanasana(front full split or hindu monkey god) 65. Krounchasana(heronpose) 66. Urdhva Padmasana(Upward Lotus Pose) or Lolasana (swinging pose) 67. Akarna Dhanurasana(heel touches the ear as an archer pulls the bowstring) 68. Eka Pada Raja kapotasana(single leg king pigeon pose) 69. Eka Pada Sirasana(one leg behind head pose) 70. Kukkutasana(cockerelpose) 3.4. Supine Asana (on back) Beginners Level 71. Shavasana(corpsepose) 72. Ananda Balasana (happy baby pose) 73. Supta Pawanmuktasana (wind relieving pose) 74. Setu Bandha Sarvangasana(bridge lock Sarvangasana) IntermediateLevel 75. Jathara Parivartanasana(abdomen twisting pose) 76. SalambaSarvangasana(supportedSarvangasana) 77. Matsyasana(fishpose) 78. Supta Konasana(reclining angle pose) 79. Urdhva Cakrasana(upward wheel pose) AdvancedLevel 80. Anantasana(Vishnu couch pose) 81. Eka Pada Setu Bandha Sarvangasana (single leg bridge pose) 82. Niralamba Sarvangasana (without support Sarvangasana)
  • 22. 83. Supta Padangusthasana(supine holding big toe) 84. Halasana(PloughPose) 85. Karnapidasana(ear pressure pose) 86. Dwi Pada Viparita Dandasana(both feet reverse stick pose) 87. Eka Pada Urdhva Dhanurasana(single leg upward bow pose) 88. Pindasana in Sarvangasana(embryo or fetus pose) 89. Urdhva Padmasana in Sarvangasana (upward lotus pose in sarvangasana) 3. 5. Prone Asana (abdomen) Beginners Level 90. Makarasana (crocodile pose) 91. Ardha Shalabhasana(half locust pose) 92. Salabhasana (locust Pose) 93. Sarpasana(snakepose) 94. Bhujangasana(serpentpose) 95. Ardha Dhanurasana (half bow) IntermediateLevel 96. Dhanurasana(bowpose) 97. Urdhva Mukha Svanasana(upward facing dog pose) AdvancedLevel 98. Parsva Dhanurasana(sideways bow pose) 99. Bhekasana(toad or frog pose) 3. 6. Arm Balancing and Head Standing Asana IntermediateLevel 100. Phalakasana(plank pose) or Santolanasana (balancing pose) 101. Chaturanga Dandasana(four limbed staff pose) 102. Tolasana(scalepose) 103. Purvottanasana(eastintense stretch) AdvancedLevel 104. Bakasana(crane) 105. Mayurasana (mayura means a peacock) 106. Padma Mayurasana(lotus peacock pose) 107. Astavakrasana 109. Eka Pada Bakasana
  • 23. 110. Eka Pada Galavasana 111. Eka pada Koundinyanasana(Single Leg Sage Koundinyan Pose) 112. Vasisthasana 113. Kukkutasana(lifted cockerel pose) 114. Salamba Sirsasana -1 115. Salamba Sirsasana -2 4. Pranayama 4.1. Introduction 4.2. Four aspects of pranayama 1. Pooraka or inhalation 2. Rechaka or exhalation 3. Antar kumbhaka or internal breath retention 4. Bahir kumbhaka or external breath retention. 4.3. The Pranic body 4.4. Breath, health and pranayama 4.5. Breathing and life span 4.6. General notes for the practitioner 4.7. Natural breathing 4.8. Abdominal (or diaphragmatic) breathing 4.9. Thoracic Breathing 4.10. ClavicularBreathing 4.11. Full Yogic Breathing 4.12. Kapalbhati Pranayama (frontal brain cleansing breath) 4.13. Bhastrika Pranayama (bellows breath) 4.14. Nadi Shodhana Pranayama (psychic network purification) 4. 15. Ujjayi Pranayama (the psychic breath) 4. 16. Chandra Bhedana Pranayama (calming energy) 4.17. Surya Bhedana Pranayama (stimulating vitality) 4.18. SheetaliPranayama(coolingpranayama) 4.19. Sheetkari Pranayama (hissing breath)
  • 24. 4.20. Bhramari Pranayama (humming bee breath) 5. Mudra 5.1. Introduction 5.2. Mudras and prana 5.3. A scientific look at mudras 5.4. Five Groups of Yoga Mudras i) Jnana Mudra (psychic gesture of knowledge) ii)Chin Mudra (psychic gesture of consciousness) iii)Bhairava Mudra (fierce or terrifying attitude) iv)Hridaya Mudra (heart gesture) v)Shambhavi Mudra (eyebrow centre gazing) vi)Nasikagra Drishti(gaze at tip of nose) vii)Khechari Mudra (tongue lock) viii) Shanmukhi Mudra (closing the seven gates) ix)Vipareeta Karani Mudra (inverted psychic attitude) x)Pashinee Mudra (folded psychic attitude) xi)Tadagi Mudra (barrelled abdomen technique) xii)Prana Mudra xiii)Yoga Mudra (attitude of psychic union) xiv)Manduki Mudra (gesture of the frog) xv) Maha Mudra (great psychic attitude) xvi)Maha Bheda Mudra (the great separating attitude) xvii)Maha Vedha Mudra (the great piercing attitude) xviii) Ashwini Mudra (horse gesture) 5.5. Mudras and the Elements a. Chin Mudra while chanting ‘AAAA’ b. Chinmaya Mudra while chanting ‘OU’ c. Adi Mudra while chanting ‘MMMM’ d. Brahma Mudra while chanting ‘AUM’ 6. Bandhas 6.1. Introduction
  • 25. 6.2. Granthis Brahma Granthi Vishnu Granthi Rudra Granthi 6.3.Bandhas(locks) 1. JalandharaBandha 2. Moola Bandha 3. Uddiyana Bandha 4. Maha Bandha 7. Yoga Nidra 1. Introduction 2. Yoga Nidra steps 3. Yoga Nidra Practice 3.1. Introduction 3.2. Relaxation 3.3. Sankalpa 3.4. Rotation of Consciousness 3.5. Awareness of Breath 3.6. OppositeSensations 3.7. Lightness/Heaviness 3.8. Cold/Hot 3.9. Anxiety/Calm 3.10. Inner Space Visualization 3.11. Rapid Image Visualization 3.12. RepeatSankalpa 3.13. Finish 3.14. VisualizationTechniques 1. Meadow filled with tall grass 2. Golden light in your forehead 3. Boundless Lake 4. Heart as a Lotus Blossom 5. Moon Rise
  • 26. 6. Long walk into nature 7.1. Ajapa Japa 1. Introduction 2. Ajapa Japa Practice 3. Breathe awareness between navel and throat 4. Constant ascending and descending breathe 5. Ujjayi Breathing 6. Mantra repetition with the breath 7. Spontaneous mantra repetition 8. Awareness of chidakasha 9. Ending the practice 7.2. Eye Exercise a. Up and down Movement b. HorizontalMovement c. Diagonal Sideway d. Clockwise and anti-clockwise 7.3. Jatru Trataka (Thumb Gazing) a. Sideways Viewing b. Front and Side ways viewing c. Up and Down Viewing d. RotationalViewing e. Near and distant viewing 8. Jyothi Trataka 8.1. Trataka (concentrated gazing) 8.2. Antar Trataka 8.3. Shambhavi Mudra (eyebrow centre gazing) 8.4. Nasikagra Drishti (nose tip gazing) 9. Meditation
  • 27. 9.1. Meditation on Breath 9.2. Mantra Meditation (Sacred Syllable Chanting Meditation) 9.3. Counting Beads 10. Shatkarma(internalcleansing) 1. Jala Neti (nasal cleansing with water) 2. Sutra Neti (nasal cleansing with thread) 3. Vaman Dhauti (regurgitative cleansing) 4. Shankhaprakshalana(cleansing entire digestive tract) 11. Asana Benefits and Limitations Paper 2. Teaching Methodology & Techniques 1. Student Daily Self-Assessment Sheet 2. Introduction 2.1. Trend of Teaching 2.2. Methodology 2.3. Need of Yoga Teaching Method 2.4. Importance of Teaching Method 3. Physical Setting i) Dedicated space ii) Floor iii) Walls iv) Air v) Light vi) Music vii) Aroma viii) Props ix) Mats x) Blankets xi) Bolsters xii) Blocks
  • 28. xiii) Straps xiv) Chairs 4. Class Etiquette i) Cleanliness ii) Scents iii) Attire iv) Bare Feet v) Talking vi) Arriving/Departing 5. Classroom Setup and Orientation 5.1. Layout of the room & Placing Mat 6. Waking Up the Spiritual Environment i) Greeting your class ii) Getting situated iii) Setting intention iv) Chanting the sound of aum v) Guiding asana as meditation vi) Rhythm of Nature vii) Ambiance 7. Voice and Language 8. Querying new students 1. Practiced yoga? Style? Duration? Frequency? 2. Any injuries 3. Are you pregnant? 4. Daily work or lifestyle? 5. Any physical exercise? 9. Class Levels and Prerequisites 9.1. Beginners, Intermediate, Advance, & Mixed class
  • 29. 10. InstructingAsanas i)Breath, alignment, Chakras, Variations ii) Modifications, Props, Transition in & Out iii) General & Individual Guidance a) Positioning and Demonstration b) In-the-flowdemonstration c) Gather-arounddemonstration 11. Partner Standing Observation i. Feet ii. Achilles iii. Calves iv. Knees v. Hips vi. Arms vii. Shoulders viii. Head ix. Ear x. Shoulder & hip xi. Upper back hunched (kyphosis) xii. Chest xiii. Pelvis xiv. Knee &ankle 12. Ethics in Teaching and Touching i)Yama ii)Niyama 13. Practice Teaching Observation 14. Different learning styles a. Visual learning b. Auditorylearning c. Kinesthetic 15. Marketing a Yoga Business 1. Introduction 2. Yoga Marketing Plan: Who Is Your Target Audience?
  • 30. 3. Yoga Teacher Marketing: Choose Your Niche 4. Marketing for Yoga Instructors: Decide On A Name & Logo 5. Yoga Social Media Marketing 6. Research the Competition 7. Using Hashtags to Do Competitor Research 8. Using Captions & Hashtags to Improve Reach 9. Choose A Good Caption 10. Using Localized Hashtags 11. Interact with Similar Accounts 12. How Do Interactions Help Your Yoga Instagram Marketing Strategy? 13. Yoga Social Media Marketing: Be Consistent 14. Follow the 80-20 Rule 15. Yoga Social Media Marketing: Collaborate! 16. Yoga Advertising Ideas: Paid Ads on Facebook and Instagram 17. Online Workshops & Webinars 18. Yoga Marketing Website: Why You Need One 19. Google My Business for Yoga Teacher Marketing 20. SEO & Content Marketing Tips for Your Yoga Business 21. Yoga Studio Marketing Ideas: Start a Blog! 22. Yoga Advertising Ideas: Paid Google Ads 23. How to Use Email Marketing for A Yoga Business 24. Once you’ve built an email list, what now? 25. Marketing a Yoga Business Offline 26. The class experience results into ‘word of mouth’ marketing 15. Assignment Yoga Teaching Techniques 11. Techniques in General 11.1. General Principles of Yogic Practices 11.2. Asana Laboratory Observation I. Breath and general vibe
  • 31. II. Feet and ankles III. Knees IV. Pelvis V. Spine VI. Rib cage VII. Chest and collarbones VIII. Shoulders, arms, hands, and fingers IX. Where is the model's energy? 11.3. Basic Elements of Asana Practice 11.3.1. Being Present 11.3.2. Relaxing 11.3.3. Breathing 11.4. General Principles in Giving Physical Cues and Adjustments 11.5. How Not to Touch 11.5.1. Distally 11.5.2. Forcefully 11.5.3. Meanderingly 11.5.4. Blindly 11.5.5. Destabilizing 11.5.6. Randomly 11.5.7. Inappropriately 11.6. Modifications, Variations, and the Use of Props 11.6.1. Props help students find stability and ease 11.7. Pacing and Holding Asanas 11.7.1. Basic considerations 11.7.2. Class definition 11.7.3. Student ability 11.7.4. Class theme 11.7.5. Time constraints 11.8.1.Individualizing Instruction 11.8. Refining Asanas
  • 32. 11.9. Transitioning into Asanas 11.10. Transitioning out of Asanas 11.1. Seven Principles of Hands on Adjustments Principle 1: Teach What You Know Principle 2: Ask Permission to Touch Principle 3: Have Clear Intention Principle 4: Move with the Breath Principle 5: Honor Safe Biomechanics Principle 6: Teach Essential Asana Elements Stability and ease Alignmentprinciples Transitioning in, refining, and transitioning out Principle 7: Support Stable Foundations 12. Assignment AsanaTechniques 20. Sthiti (initial) and Sithila (relaxation) postures for all asanas a. Initial standing posture – Tadasana b. Standing Relaxation Posture - Sithila Tadasana 2. Sitting Asana a. Initial Sitting Posture – Dandasana b. Sitting Relaxation Posture - Sithila Dandasana 3. Prone asana a. Initial Prone Posture b. Prone Relaxation Posture – Makarasana 4. Supine asana a. Initial Supine Posture b. Supine Relaxation Posture – Savasana 21. Methods of Asana Instructing 1. VerbalIntroduction 2. SilentDemonstration 3. Demonstration with breathing and alignment 4. Techniques demonstrated and explained in stages 5. Benefits 6. Contraindications 7. Question and answer 8. Group Practice 9. Detection and correction of mistakes
  • 33. 22. Basic Arc Structure of Classes 22. 1. Initiating the Yogic Process 22. 2. Warming the Body 22. 3. Pathway to the Peak 22. 4. Exploring the Peak 22. 5. Integration 23. Principles of Sequencing Asana 23. 1. Applied Parinamavada(theory of transformation) 23. 2. Move from Simple to Complex Asanas 23. 3. Move from Dynamic to Static Exploration 23. 4. Sattvic Effect: Cultivating Energetic Balance 23. 5. Pratikriyasana(counter pose) 24. Sequencing Within and Across Asana Families 24.1. Surya Namaskara and Fluid Flow Sequences 24.2. Standing Asanas 24.3. AbdominalCore 24.4. Arm Balances 24.5. Backbends 24. 6. Twists 24.7. Forward Bends 24.8. Hip Openers 24.9. Inversions 25. Verbal Cues for asana alignment 1. Sequencing Cues for Standing Asanas 2. Sequencing Cues for Arm Support Asanas 3. Sequencing Cues for Back Bends 4. Sequencing Cues for Twists 5. Sequencing Cues for Forward Bends 6. Sequencing Cues for Inversions 7. Asana AlignmentKeywords 25. Asana alignment Picture
  • 34. Paper 3. Yoga, Anatomy, Physiology, Kinesiology, & Bio-Mechanism 1. Introduction 1.1. Anatomy 1.2. Physiology 1.3. Anatomical Terminology 1.4. Directional terms i) Superior or cranial ii) Inferior or caudal iii) Posterior or dorsal iv) Lateral v) Proximal vi) Distal vii) Medial viii) Anterior or ventral 1. 5. Chemical to Organism level 1.6. Different Systems of the Body i) The Locomotor System ii) The Blood-Vascular System iii) The Digestive System iv) The Respiratory System v) The Ductless Glands vi)The Urogenital System vii)The Nervous System viii)The Special Sense organs ix) The Excretory System 2. Respiratorysystem 2.1. GaseousExchange 2.2. RespiratorySystem a. Nasal Cavity b. Pharynx c. Larynx
  • 35. d. Trachea (wind pipe) e. Bronchi f. Bronchioles g. Alveoli (Air sacs) 2.3. Lungs 2.4. Pleura 2.5. Bronchi 2. 6. Pulmonary Ventilation 2.7. Respirationmechanism a) Shallowbreathing b) Deep Breathing c) Unconscious control of breathing d) Conscious control of breathing 2.8. Lung Volume 3. MuscularSystem 3.1. Muscular tissues can be classified into 1. Smooth, non-striated or involuntary muscles 2. Cardiac muscle or myocardium 3. Skeletal, striated or voluntary muscles 3.2. Characteristics of skeletal muscles i) Contractility ii) Excitability iii) Extensibility iv) Elasticity 3.3. Functions of Muscles I. Movement II. Maintainingposture III. Producing Heat & Temperature Regulation IV. Circulation 3.4. Muscle fiber types 1. Slow twitch muscle fiber (type -1)
  • 36. 2. Fast twitch muscle fiber (type -2) 3. 5. Aerobic (with oxygen) and Anaerobic (without oxygen) Exercise 3.7. Types of Muscle Contractions i) IsometricContraction ii) IsotonicContraction a) ConcentricContraction b) EccentricContraction 4. Skeletal System i) Cartilage ii) Tendon iii) Ligament iv)Fascia v)Bursa Types of bone and cartilage 4.2. Functions of the Skeletal System? 4.3. The main bones of the human skeleton are 1. The axial skeleton 2. The appendicular skeleton 4.4. Classification of Bones according to shape 1. Long bones 2. Short bones 3. Flat bones 4. Irregular bones 5. Sesamoid bones 4. 5. Skeleton Joints Jointsclassifications i) Fibrous joints ii) Cartilaginousjoints iii) Synovial joint 4. 6. Synovial joints 4.7. Synovial joints classifications 1. Hinge 2. Ball and socket 3. Pivot
  • 37. 4. Gliding 5. Saddle 6. Planar 5. Spinal Cord and Yoga 5.1. Elements Of linkage between the vertebrae 5.2. Discs and ligaments 5.3. Weight Bearing Activities 5.4. Push & Counter push 5. 5. Types Of spinal movement 5.6. Axial Rotation 5.7. Flexion and extension 5.8. Forward and Backward-Bending Poses 5.9. Lateral and twisting movements 5.10. Axial extension 5.11. Intrinsicequilibrium 5.12. Spine, rib cage, and pelvis 6. Cardiovascularsystem 6.1. Heart 6.2. Chambers of the heart The Heart, Arteries & Veins Forms the Circulatory System 6.3. The Cardiac cycle 6.4. Pulse 6.5. Heart Rate 6. 6. Cardiac Output 6.7. Blood pressure (BP) 6.8. Factors affecting blood pressure 6.9. Bloodvolume 6.10. Cardiac output 6.11. Peripheralresistance 6.12. Elasticity of the arterial walls 6.13. The viscosity of blood
  • 38. 6.14. Disorders of blood vessels i) Arteriosclerosis ii) Atherosclerosis 6.15. Disorders of blood pressure i) Hypertension's ii) Hypotension 7. NervousSystem Peripheral nervous system Somatic Nervous system (SNS) Autonomic Nervous system (ANS) 7.1. The Central Nervous System 1. The Brain 2. The Spinal cord 7.2. Peripheral Nervous System 7.3. Somatic Nervous System 1. Sensory neurons (or afferent neurons) 2. Motor neurons (or efferent neurons) The Autonomic Nervous System 1. The sympathetic system 2. The parasympathetic system 8. Kinesiology 8.1. Biomechanics and Kinesiology 8.2. BodyMovements Body Movements and Their Descriptions 1. Flexion 2. Extension 3. Abduction 4. Adduction 5. Supination 6. Pronation 7. Lateral flexion 8. Rotation
  • 39. 9. Medial rotation (internal rotation) 10.Lateral rotation (external rotation) 11.Elevation 12.Depression 13.Dorsiflexion 14.Plantar flexion 15.Eversion 16.Inversion 17.Protraction 18.Retraction 19.Circumduction 8.3.7. Asana and Kinesiology 9. Stretching Stretching Definition and goal of stretching What happens in a stretch? When should you stretch? Warming up Cooling down Diet and stretching Calcium Magnesium Cold and heat therapy Endorphin theory The gate theory of pain Six rules to stretching Warm up Be Gentle Hold for 30 seconds Breathe Do not bounce Stretch both sides symmetrically 9.1. Types of Stretching 1. Ballistic Stretching 2. DynamicStretching 3. Passive Stretching 4. Static Stretching
  • 40. a). Isometric Stretching b). PNF Stretching 9.2. Biomechanics of Stretching What is stretching? Moving origins & Insertions Spinal Cord Reflexes Muscle Spindle Stretch Receptor ReciprocalInhibition Golgi tendon Organ Physiology in Stretching 10. EndocrineSystem 11. Assignments Paper - 4. Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics 1. Introduction 1.1. Shad-Darsanas (Six Systems of Indian Philosophical Thought) 1.2. Goal of the Shad-Darsanas 1.3. Meaning 1.4. Definition of Yoga a. Yoga Vasishta b. Bhagvat Gita c. Bhagvat Gita d.Kathopanisad e. Swami Vivekananda f. Sri Aurobindo 1.5. History of Yoga i. Pre-Vedic period (Before 3000 BC) ii. Vedic period (3000 BC to 800 BC) iii. Pre classical (Upanishad) period (800 BC to 250 BC) iv. Classical period (184 BC to 148 BC) 2. Hatha Yoga 2.1.Introduction 2.1.1. Meaning of Hatha Yoga
  • 41. 2.1.2. Asana and Hatha Yoga 2.1.3. Pranayama and Hatha Yoga 2.1.1 Gurushishya Parampara 2.1.2 Guru Shishya Tradition in Yoga 2.1.3 Teaching Tradition 2.1.4. What is Satyananda Yoga? 2.1.5. Satyananda Yoga involves the practice of: 2.1.6. Iyengar Yoga 2.1.7. The Gist: From the Known to the Unknown 2.1.8. Iyengar Alignment: The Practice of Precision 2.1.9. Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga 2.2. Nadis 2.2.1. Ida, Pingala, Shushmna 2.3. Chakras (Energy Vortex) 1. Mooladhara cakra 2. Svadhisthana cakra 3. Manipura cakra 4. Anahata cakra 5. Visuddhi cakra 6. Ajna cakra Bindu 7. Sahasrara cakra 3. Purusharthas Four attainments of life i) Dharma (Virtue)
  • 42. ii) Artha (Wealth) iii) Kama (Pleasure) iv) Moksha (Emancipation) 3.1. Four stages of Life i) Brahmacharya Ashram ii) Grihastha Ashrama iii)VanprasthaAshrama iv)SanyasaAshrama 3.2. Gunas 1) Sattvic Guna 2) Rajasic Guna 3) Tamasic Guna 3.2. Karma Yoga (path of selfless action) 3.2.1. Types of Karma i) Sanchita Karma or Stored Karma ii) Agami Karma or Forthcoming Karma iii) Prarabdha or Vartamana Karma or Present Karma 3.3. Jnana Yoga (path of knowledge) 3.3.1. Meaning 3.3.2. Jnana yoga consists of seven parts: 3.4. Raja Yoga (path of royal yoga) 3.4.1. Aim of Raja Yoga 3.4.2. Practice (abhyasa) and dispassion (vairagya) 3.4.3. Astanga Yoga(eight limbs of yoga) (1) yama- social ethical code (2) niyama- personal ethical code 3.5. Path of Devotion (Bhakti Yoga) 1. Sravana 2. Kirtana 3. Smarana
  • 43. 4. Padasevana 5. Archana 6. Vandana 7. Dasya 8. Sakhya 9.Atma-Nivedana 4. Vedas 1. Karma-Kanda 2. Upasana –Kanda 3. Jnana –Kanda 4.3. Two parts in the Vedas. 4.4. Four Vedas 1. Rig Veda 2. 2. Yajur Veda 3. Sama Veda 4. Atharva Veda 5. Upanisad(essence of knowledge) 11.1.Introduction i) Katha Upanisad a) Three Boons ii) Mandukya Upanisad a. Waking – Vaishvanara b. Dreaming - Taijasa c. Deep Sleep – Prajna d. Beyond this three - Turiya iii) Taittiriya Upanisad a. Annamaya kosha - food sheath b. Pranamaya kosha - breath sheath c. Manomaya kosha - mind sheath d. Vijnanamaya kosha - intellect sheath e. Anandamaya kosha - bliss sheath
  • 44. 6. Patanjali Yoga Sutra I.What is Yoga? II.Five characteristic of mind III.Practice and non-attachment IV.Types of concentration V.Obstacles and solutions VI.Stabilizing and clearing the mind Or by Cultivating Opposite Virtues VII.By Controlling Prana VIII.By Observing Sense Experience IX.By Inner Illumination X.By Detachment from matter XI.By Knowledge of Dream and Sleep XII.By Meditation as Desired XIII. Fruits of Meditation (1) yama- social ethical code I. Ahimsa- Non-violence II. Satya- truthfulness III. Asteya- honesty IV. Brahmacarya-sensual abstinence V. Aparigraha-non-acquistiveness VI. Yamah-self-restraints (2) niyama- personal ethical code I. Sauca – purity II. Samtosa – contentment III. Tapas – austerity IV. Svsadhyaya – self – study V. Isvara – pranidhana – devotion to the Lord (3) asana- posture (4) pranayama- control of life-force (5) pratyahara- sense withdrawal
  • 45. (6) dharana-concentration (7) dhyana-absorption (8) Samadhi- ecstasy or super consciousness 7. Bhagavad Gita Introduction Chapter – I Arjuna Visada Yoga (The Sorrow of Arjuna) Chapter – II Sankhya Yoga (The Yoga of Knowledge) Chapter – III Karma Yoga (The Yoga of Action) Chapter –IV Jnana Yoga (The Path of Knowledge) Chapter –V Karma Sanyasa (Renunciation of World) Chapter – VI Dhyana Yoga (The Way of Contemplation) 8. Yogic Diet 9. Mitahara(moderate diet) 10. Balanced Diet 11. Yoga, Health, Wellness & Lifestyle 14.1. Health and Wellness i) Physical Dimension of Health ii) Emotional Dimensions of Health iii) Social Dimension of Health iv) Intellectual Dimension of Health v) Spiritual Dimension of Health  Physical wellness  Emotionalwellness  Social wellness  Intellectualwellness  Spiritual wellness
  • 46. Paper - 5 Practicum Part -1 1. Nameof Pose inSanskrit 2. NameofPoseinEnglish 3. Benefits 4. Contraindications Part - 2 1. Sthiti (initial) 2. TransitionIn with breathing and awareness 3. Final Pose reflectionandrefinement I. Stability II. Comfortability III.Alignment IV. Active muscles and relaxed mind,with softbreathing) 4. Transition Out with breathing and awareness 5. Sithila (relaxation) Part - 3 I. Counter Pose II. Modifications III. Alignmentcues Part - 4 (Trainee should observe following elements in classes, under the guidance of lead trainer) Elements Assessment 1. Individual and Group Observation Skill 2. Observation of Transition In 3. Observation of Transition Out 4. Final Pose: Observation Skill
  • 47. 5. Observation of Stability 6. Observation of Comfortability 7.0bservation of Alignment 8 .0bservation of Active muscles 9.0bservation of relaxed mind 10. 0bservation of Breathing 11. 0verall observation skill
  • 48. 1. Individual and Group Observation Skill 2. Observation of Transition In 3. Observation of Transition Out 4. Final Pose: Observation Skill Part - 5 (Trainee should take following yoga classes, under the guidance of lead trainer ) Different hatha yoga class sequencing, with different theme. The steps involved in, basics arc structure of class. 1. Centering 2. Prayer/ Chanting 3. Pranayama 4. Warm-Up 5. Surya Namaskara 6. For beginners: break 3-5 minutes either in Child’s pose Balasana, or Corpse pose Savasana, or 7. standing Intermediate and advanced students can continue without break. 8. Asana Practice 9. Standing Asanas – starting from Tree Pose or Tadasana and then transitioning to another standing 10. Kneeling Poses 11. Sitting Poses – starting from Seated Tree Pose or Sitting Tadasana and then transitioning to other sitting 12. Abdomen Poses 13. Supine Poses 14. Inverted Poses 15. Savasana 16. ClosingPranayama 17. Ending Prayer
  • 49. Elements Assessment 1. Language 2.Pronunciation 3. Space between words 4. Voice 5. Volume of voice 6. Teachers Energy Level 7. Teachers body language 8.Demonstration 9. Hands on adjustment 10. Alignment cue 11.Modification 12. Teachers concern with students Elements Assessment 1. Language 2.Pronunciation 3. Space between words 4. Voice 5. Volume of voice 6. Teachers Energy Level 7. Teachers body language 8.Demonstration 9. Hands on adjustment 10. Alignment cue 11.Modification 12. Teachers concern with students
  • 50. 6. Tutorials, Assignment and Examination i) Trainee will be required to engage in: a. Self-study, b. Group discussion, c. Self-practice, d. Oral presentation, e. Mock class and f. Submit daily & weekly assignments on the basis of the day’s lectures and discussions. ii). There will be a practical and a theory exam on daily / weekly basis to assess the students on their learning, practice and teaching during the Teacher Training Course. 7. ProjectWriting Topics for Project Writing Description: Related to Yoga, Minimum 60 pages, for 200 hour ttc. 8. Field Training  Each student has to complete 80 hours of teaching yoga under the guidance of a certified lead yoga instructor.  This can be completed within one month to maximum of three months, depending on the dedication and time commitment of the student.  Upon completing the 50 hours, the student will be rewarded with his/ her certificate, affiliated by the yoga alliance USA.
  • 51. 1. Concept & Basis of Yoga 31. Restorative Yoga 2. ApplicationsofYoga 32. Yin Yoga 4. BhaktiYoga 33. Core Strengthening Yoga 5. KarmaYoga 34. Iyengar Yoga 6. JnanaYoga 35. Gentle Yoga 8 . HathaYoga 3 6. Power Yoga 9 . PatanjaliYoga 3 7. Prenatal / Postnatal Yoga 1 0 Pranas & Nadis 3 8. Yoga for Children 1 1 Mudras 3 9. Ashtanga Yoga 1 2 Bandhas 4 0. Kundalini Yoga 1 3 ShatKarma 4 1. Yoga for Teens 1 7 SuryaNamaskara 4 2. Partner Yoga 1 8 Yama 4 3. Anusara Yoga 1 9 Niyama 4 4. Integral Yoga 2 0 Asana 4 5. Sivananda Yoga 2 1 Meditation 4 6. Kriya Yoga 2 3 Pranayama 4 7. Jivamukti Yoga 2 4 Pratyahara 4 8. Bikram Yoga 2 5 Dharana 4 9. Integrative Yoga Therapy 2 6 Dhayana 5 0. Tantra Yoga 2 7 Chakras 5 1. Kripalu Yoga 2 8 KundaliniYoga 5 2. Satyananda Yoga 2 9 Vinyasa Flow Yoga 5 3. Ananda Yoga 3 0 Hatha Yoga 5 4. Forrest Yoga